Monday Shortbread


— 12:00 AM on February 6, 2012

Eight is Enough

  1. AppleInsider: Apple CEO hints at no ARM-based
    MacBook Air
    as iPad to "soon satisfy" that niche
  2. 9to5Mac: Google poaches Apple's Senior Director of Product
    Integrity for secret project, maybe to work on Google X?
  3. Bloomberg: Micron appoints Mark Durcan to CEO role after Appleton's death
  4. Netbooknews.com: More Spark Linux tablet details
    available, pre-order February, shipping in May for $265
  5. PocketNow's exclusive: Windows Phone 8 detailed
  6. Android Community: Corning's A Day Made of Glass 2 video shows us the future
  7. Firefox 11.0 beta
  8. Player Attack cites report: Skyrim High Res pack out Tuesday

Monday

  1. BBC reports BT to offer 300 Mbps fibre optic broadband 'on demand' in 2013
  2. SlashGear: Apple sales injunction suspended: German iPad / iPhone sales resume
  3. VR-Zone: Facebook, Google, Microsoft, and more -
    edging towards Big Brother or worse, SkyNet?
  4. TweakTown: End of the Internet or the beginning of a new-style Internet?
  5. TechReviewSource looks back at eight years of Facebook
  6. Electronista reports Olympus OM-D leaks early at Amazon Japan
  7. The Huffington Post reports virtual reality contact lenses may exist by 2014
  8. Dealzon's deals: $450 coupon for 17.3” hp dv7t i7-2670QM / Radeon HD 7690M
    2GB, $120 off 15.5” Sony VAIO i5-2430M / Radeon HD 6470M, $75 coupon for
    13.3” hp Folio 13 i5-2467M / 128GB SSD, and $150 off 39” Haier 1080p LCD TV
Mobile

  1. The Engadget Interview: The EFF's Mitch Stoltz talks the legality of jailbreaking
  2. TUAW's study: iOS apps crash more often than Android apps do
Software and gaming

  1. 9to5Mac: Apple removes standard Mac OS X 10.7.3 download
    due to bugs, offers combined download instead and latest Snow
    Leopard security update breaks popular PowerPC apps like Quicken
  2. Ars Technica: Microsoft publishes heterogeneous parallel GPGPU C++ AMP specification
  3. Joystiq's PSA: PSN accounts changing to Sony Entertainment Network accounts Feb. 8
    and The Witcher 2 on Xbox 360 dev diary talks engine changes, new content
  4. Hardware Heaven's SoulCalibur V review (PS3)
Hardware

  1. Tech ARP's BIOS option of the week - PCI Express burn-in mode
  2. Hi Tech Legion reviews 16GB Mushkin Blackline PC3-17000 memory kit
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